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Beauty should be at the heart of all we do

HAYES IN THE HOUSE: By MP John Hayes

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Artist's impression of the old Customs House, Wisbech.

LOCAL MATTERS: Yo ho ho - and a bottle of liquor!

There was no organised police force in the UK until the mid 1850s.

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John Ward

Taxing, trying times

WARD’S WORLD: By John Ward

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(Not as) easy as one, two, three

TRISH TAKES FIVE: By Trish Burgess

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Prime Minister Theresa May

Working together should not be seen as controversial

HAYES IN THE HOUSE: By MP John Hayes

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Can you give Annie a home?

Can you give a home to cuddly Annie

MAN’S BEST FRIEND: By Jerry Green Dog Rescue South Lincs Centre

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John Ward

Nail or nothing

WARD’S WORLD: By John Ward

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Trish prepared for all weathers.

I would walk 500 miles...or maybe not

TRISH TAKES FIVE: By Trish Burgess

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John Hayes produces a spare tie in the House of Commons

Why I will take interventions only from those wearing ties

HAYES IN THE HOUSE: By MP John Hayes

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John Ward

Moving moments

WARD’S WORLD: By John Ward

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Brian Cant

Ready to play, what’s the day?

TRISH TAKES FIVE: By Trish Burgess

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Brexit

Time to give the Lion’s roar

HAYES IN THE HOUSE: By MP John Hayes

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South Holland District Council licensing officer Heather Lawson inspecting the bar at the South Holland Centre.

Licensing is everywhere

CABINET CALL: By South Holland District Council cabinet member Coun Anthony Casson

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John Ward

Heroes and visions

WARD’S WORLD: By John Ward

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RURAL MATTERS: Could you give a little time to improve your county?

RURAL MATTERS: Could you give a little time to improve your county?

A few weeks ago, charities and other community-based organisations held their annual Volunteers Week, saying thank you to those that give their time and efforts.

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Acacia House, Whale Drove, Whaplode Drove
Growers pic of Ian Stancer in wheatfield

WORD ON THE GROUND: Harvest will focus the mind

I saw the first field of swathed oil seed rape today, it looked a bit on the “young” side, but it means harvest is just around the corner.

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Traders in Victoria Street, Spalding, have teamed up to brighten up part of the town ahead of a visit by East Midlands in Blooom judges on July 5.  Pictured are Iveta Daskute, Graham Boor, Radha Krishna, Cynthia Taylor, Maiza Hattrell, Surjit Sanghera and Sharon Burton.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG230617-115TW.

Spalding traders do their bit before In Bloom judgement day

A group of Spalding traders are playing their part in brightening up the town for this year’s East Midlands in Bloom competition.

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Can you give beautiful Rain a home?

DOG OF THE WEEK – RAIN

MAN’S BEST FRIEND: By the South Lincs Centre of Jerry Green Dog Rescue

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The bench dedicated to Walter Plowright

Be inspired by the Holbeach pioneers

TRIADH TAKES FIVE: By Trish Burgess

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Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are seen in the Central Lobby of Westminster before HM The Queen reads the speech which marks the beginning of the parliamentary session.

New role in the space industry

HAYES IN THE HOUSE: By MP John Hayes

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